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After an unlikely and inspirational 2016 AFL Premiership victory, the Western Bulldogs soon fell back into old habits.

With a significant portion of their flag-winning side either retiring or moving elsewhere over the next two years, the Dogs missed the finals in 2017 and slipped even further to finish 13th in 2018.

Things are looking up again for Luke Beveridge and his charges, however, and there is a sense of optimism around the Kennel after the Doggies bolted home to finish seventh in 2019.

What does the season ahead hold for the 2016 premiers? Let’s take a look at the latest AFL odds and futures markets for the upcoming season.

About the Western Bulldogs

Established: 1877
Home ground: Etihad Stadium
Coach: Luke Beveridge
Captain: Marcus Bontempelli
Premierships: 2 – 1954, 2016
2019 ladder finish: 7th

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Updated Western Bulldogs futures betting

2020 Premiership Make Finals Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $14 $1.62 $3.25 M Bontempelli $21 C Weightman $26 A Naughton $41
Feb $14 $1.62 $3.25 M Bontempelli $21 C Weightman $26 A Naughton $41
Mar $14 $1.62 $3.25 M Bontempelli $21 C Weightman $26 A Naughton $41
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May $21 $1.91 $3.50 M Bontempelli $11 C Weightman $26 A Naughton $41
Jun $21 $1.91 $3.50 M Bontempelli $11 C Weightman $26 A Naughton $41
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Best Western Bulldogs bets for the 2020 AFL season

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Western Bulldogs 2020 AFL fixture

Bulldogs AFL fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (local)
1 Collingwood Magpies Marvel Stadium Friday, March 20 7:50pm
2 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, June 14 6:05pm
3 GWS Giants Marvel Stadium Friday, June 19 7:50pm
4 Sydney Swans Sydney Cricket Ground Thursday, June 25 7:40pm
5 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 4 7:40pm

Bulldogs players to watch in 2020

Aaron Naughton AFL bettingAaron Naughton
Born: 30/11/1999
Games: 40
Goals: 32
Position: Forward

Few could have predicted the impact Naughton would have when he moved to the forward line last season. The spring-heeled West Australian is one of the most exciting key-position players in the league and will only improve this year.


Bailey Dale AFL bettingBailey Dale
Born: 22/7/1996
Games: 50
Goals: 53
Position: Forward

With 20 goals in the last six rounds of the home-and-away fixture, this guy was a huge part of the Bulldogs’ dash to the finals last season. If Dale brings that kind of form into 2020, who knows what the Dogs can accomplish?


Josh Dunkley AFL bettingJosh Dunkley
Born: 9/1/1997
Games: 66
Goals: 36
Position: Midfielder

The most baffling part of the Bulldogs’ 2019 campaign was the decision to play Dunkley in the forward line early in the year. The Gippsland Power product is one of the best ball-winners in the competition and should be a Brownlow chance this season.

Western Bulldogs records

Most matches: Brad Johnson – 364 (1994-2010)
Most goals kicked in one match: Kelvin Templeton – 15
Most Best & Fairest awards: Scott West – seven
Most goals in a season: Kelvin Templeton – 118
Most career goals: Simon Beasley – 575